At least two aspects of the Daubert ruling in Asbestos Litigation could facilitate the opportunity for other toxic tort plaintiffs to get their causation evidence to a jury. First, this decision squarely holds not only that epidemiology is not required to prove causation, but also that plaintiffs can overcome adverse epidemiology with other types of reliable scientific evidence.
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